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L ON D O N.

L ON D O N.

Extract of a letter from ths head-quarters of the French, March 22. "Yefterday at half an hour afrer three in the afternoon, the Marfhal caufed the troops under the Hereditary Prince to be attacked near the vil- lage of Staggerode in the neighbourhood of Grun- berg. Baron Clofen
4 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Haddington prces of grain, April 3d.

Haddington prces of grain, April 3d.

Beft. Second. Third. 1. s. 1. s. 1. s. Wheat 8 _ 8 o 7 ta Bear 6 6 6 oo 5 2. Oats .5 o 5 16 4 4 Peafe { 5 o 4 u| 4 10
8 April 1761 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Tt h LETT nyatn/r May-day *uu.

Tt h LETT nyatn/r May-day *uu.

LETT nyatn/r May-day *uu. (In qnb mote AFARM Land at Stanley, fai the Parifli of Brsncepeib, and County Durham, in the PoflVflion Rot rr Coaler, Ten.ior, and eonlifting otuy«ards «on Acres 01 Arable, Meadow. and'Paftme Ground, with Rood UniUm*- and Coownieneies* and a Right on la
11 April 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BERWICK TURNPIKE. WHeri-as a Meeting of the Trustees was-appointed 10 be held the Houte ot Mr lame* Ker, in Cointiill,

BERWICK TURNPIKE. WHeri-as a Meeting of the Trustees was-appointed 10 be held the Houte ot Mr lame* Ker, in Cointiill,

on Tuelday the 24ih Da> of Match latf j and a luffi eient Numbei did not then appear to aft at the laid Meeting, and adjmua to Day the Clerk tbeiefote, puit'uam to the Di- the Aft of fatliament, hath appointed the next Meeting to be held at the Houfe Mi George Ridpath, in Berwic
4 April 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COVER this - At Mr at Sutton, near ' . County, at a Guinea Mare, d ! '' !n '

COVER this - At Mr at Sutton, near ' . County, at a Guinea Mare, d ! '' !n '

1 th Servant, 1 41 * Horfe, called OrTOLAKT) . A Bay Years old, late belonging to Sir* r , ■ Bart dcreafed. was got bv h,'n the Godolphm Arabia,,, Vl'' iT l>n, Great Grand.mi eat Grandam by Leeds his t' S ' Grardam was a Barb Mare, which IVi'lTr-'" ' D.nmark brought over with hi
20 April 1761 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
The SPRING.

The SPRING.

SEE Winters pall I the Seafon* bring Soft Breezes wiih reiun.ing Spring ; At whofe Appioach *>'«• Gi.ns wear Fn-m Hoi-.ctiis in their ?? Th' enliv'niiig Sun* m Glcy n.e. And gaily dance a|ong tne SkiH. W.
30 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The 111-judg'd Union: Or, tbe Hifiorj of.Harpacon and Emilia.

The 111-judg'd Union: Or, tbe Hifiorj of.Harpacon and Emilia.

The 111-judg'd Union : Or, tbe Hifiorj of Harpacon and Emilia. IT i* jullly obferved, by a celebrated Author, that the Maniage-State i* the Source of the moll perfecl Happinef*. or the moft conlummate Miftry. Thi* Oblervation, the Truth of which Nobody will call in Quetlion, it b
30 April 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
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27 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

7. This morning died his houl'e adjoining to the Tabernacle. Moorfields, the revd. Mr. Whitefield the noted preacher. 8. His Maj' ttv having been pleafed to appoint the right honourable John ear) of Bute to be one 01 his Majelt 's principal Cecretaries ftatc, his lordfhip was th
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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-I 7 u General Post, ‘Extrail of a letter from the head quarters of the French. 2. Yefterday at half an hour after three in afternoon, the marfhal catifed the troops Under thfc hereditary prince to be attacked near the village Stangerode, in the neighbourhood of Grunberg.— Baron
6 April 1761 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland